An open letter to Greenville City Council.
Dr. Wynn’s editorial states: “Our biggest lie began in 1619 when 20 enslaved Africans were brought to our shores.”
Editor’s note: This letter is in response to a letter to the editor authored by Dr. Baxter Wynn published in our April 2, 2021 print issue. We welcome input from…
As a child, I moved to Greenville from San Antonio, Texas in 1960, and my first memory was the small, dark lobby in the downtown airport with a chained sign over the water fountain saying, “Whites Only.”
Nonprofits have faced extreme transition and cutbacks during the pandemic while still providing their mission to the people that need it most.
The DHS calls the 2020 presidential election “the most secure in American history,” and yet the “Big Lie” that the election was stolen persists.
In the Upstate, 1,247 children live in uncertainty, separated from family, wondering what will happen next.
Our nation’s seniors, including those in Greenville, have been disproportionately affected by the pandemic.
“Addiction in the home was devastating to us all, but our mom was strong and did the best she could," said Dabo's brother, Tracy Swinney, after the last Family Effect board meeting.
Here in Greenville, we are especially grateful for their commitment and their willingness to be on the front lines during such an unprecedented time.
Every cleanup yields dozens (or scores) of tires.
Tennis participation in the United States increased by 22% in 2020
More than 300 food items donated in one day.
We are in the sixth mass extinction. The loss of global biodiversity is readily apparent even in Greenville County alone. According to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, within Greenville…
What encourages me during the uncertain times we’re in is understanding the invaluable benefits of a healthy lifestyle.